Heart Of England Community Foundation

(Registered Charity No: 1045304)
Charity Commission for England and Wales
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In this period they've made 254 significant donations to registered charities totalling £2,360,677

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16/09/2019 £5,929 BROMSGROVE AND REDDITCH NETWORK 2? Funding is requested for the Next Generation project which aims to encourage volunteering in young people under 25 years, particularly to develop employability skills. It will focus on Redditch which has some of the highest rates of deprivation in the area as well as the highest number of young people in the county. The core of the project will be peer encouragement and the use of social media to generate interest, as well as the Network’s usual routes for volunteering and engagement with local schools and colleges.
13/09/2019 £18,586 MOSELEY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST 1? MAGC has operated for over five years run by volunteers in the community. The scheme has grown and developed over this time, adapting to the changing context and needs. As an organisation and project we feel this funding has come at just the right time. MAGC is at a critical point in its development. With the recruitment last year of the first direct member of staff, leading to an increase in the awareness of available grants to support individuals and an increase in trust in the support provided - we are at a stage where we need to adapt and invest in the structures and systems to be able to thrive into the future. The funding would enable us to free up other staff time within MCDT to take a more strategic review of the operation of MAGC and then to implement relevant changes in its operation and governance. The aim is that the scheme continues to be led and run by volunteers, but to adapt the scheme quickly and effectively at this stage we would benefit from a short term injection of resources and support. This will enable us to continue to strengthen the scheme and most importantly to properly review to ensure that it is best meeting the needs of individuals we are seeking to work with. The grant would pay for a range of support and training: investing in our volunteers and staff for the future; simplifying processes, systems and governance; and increasing community awareness.
13/09/2019 £25,000 WE:ARE Women's Empowerment And Recovery Educators 2? We want to support an increased number of women to be equipped with knowledge and skills to overcome barriers to lead the life they want as an active member of society. We know through our evaluation that our programmes support women to achieve their independence following domestic abuse, to seek employment/education or remain in employment/education and to have the confidence to support themselves in their own homes so our purpose is twofold: 1. to develop a hub and spoke model of the project. we are acutely aware that a large number of women cannot access our programmes due to travel issues. we are in the south of the city and some already travel on 3 buses to reach us. we support 57 women per week. Our plan would be to employ a worker that would allow our manager the time to develop and test the proposed model in the north of the city and to develop the key partnerships necessary to make it a success for vulnerable women and children and greatly increase our capacity to deliver programmes that have an impact. 2. To develop a volunteer model that would allow us support development for women with lived experience to become project facilitators and/or coaches to empower women to return to work and/or education and increase their economic well-being. Our project is run by women with lived experience and this model will also allow us to 'grow our own' in terms of future staff members.
13/09/2019 £17,575 GILGAL BIRMINGHAM 2? We are requesting a grant to seek support in drastically improving our sustainability during a challenging time of facing a significant fall in local authority financial support. We are eager to commit time and resources to review our current strategic approach including management processes and responsibilities, diversifying income sources and improving strategic positioning. An essential element of this efforts is to review our income streams, having been reliant on local authority support for many years including Housing Benefit payments and BCC ‘Supporting People’ contract, and plan for a more diverse and sustainable fundraising strategy and approach. We are aware that there have been opportunities both commercial and grant funded that we have not explored due to a lack of strategic focus on these areas, affecting our sustainability and is an organisational weakness during this financially challenging time. This timely support has been designed not only to provide us with not only the external support and knowledge we need to address our challenges and improve our approaches but also the internal staff time to explore opportunities and make changes required. The need for support and changes to our strategic approach is widely recognised by our senior staff and trustees and has been regularly discussed within our monthly Trustee meeting – however a lack of senior staff time has hampered progress. We are aware that we could be making better use of our Trustees time and skills, and this also forms part of the review we shall complete in this project.
13/09/2019 £22,392 SIFA FIRESIDE 5? Our proposed project is to develop an integral organisational communications plan. We will appoint a Communications Lead on a part time basis to help us to develop our communication plan. Our plan will help us to drive and communicate our vision and our core aims to prevent and reduce homelessness and help people to take back control of their lives. A dedicated Communications Lead will share our stories, successes, challenges and campaigns to raise the profile of our work enabling our CEO and other members of our Leadership team to actively contribute to our city’s strategic development around reducing homelessness, vulnerable housing and rough sleeping alongside ensuring our continued delivery. We are passionate about being significant contributors to homelessness prevention and reduction in the city, we have over 35 years’ experience in the city working with our client groups. Appointing a Communications lead to our team will streamline our communications to ensure consistent messages are communicated internally and externally to all stakeholders. Communications has been identified as a key strategic objective and it links to our organisational development plans helping us to increase fundraising appeals and develop committed giving products. It will help us engage with stakeholders including our clients; maximise our digital platforms; launch press programmes and develop our key messages linking directly to strategic objectives. Strengthening our infrastructure through clearer communications will improve and increase delivery outcomes for our clients: Increasing income, increased client engagement ensuring continued relevance and raised profile.
31/08/2019 £9,000 INSIGHT - COUNSELLING COACHING AND SUPPORT SERVICES 2? Funding is requested for their early intervention work; funding restrictions and policy, both locally and nationally, mean that services for high risk clients are a priority, especially with statutory related sources. However, Insight know that early work either with victims or perpetrators, focusing on education, coping strategies and understanding “triggers” can prevent a crisis later. £9,000 is requested and the grant will pay for around 10 sessions of free therapy for each client, their initial assessment and supervision costs, In total 20 clients are expected to benefit from this, which is £450 per capita but reflects the specialist support provided.
31/08/2019 £18,778 WATCH (Working Actively To Change Hillfelds) Ltd 4? This project would support WATCH to develop a sustainable business plan that fulfils the needs of residents and redevelopment of the neighbourhood. The project will support WATCH to develop a more strategic alliance with local organisations and agencies and map out details of other projects and services available in the area. This will help to reduce duplication of projects and services and create new partnerships opportunities among agencies and residents groups and provide sustainable projects and services that will address issues and improve the social and economic lives of people living and working in Hillfields. Reviewing and developing the charities infrastructure will grow the day to day business of the organisation to coincide with the many changes occurring within the voluntary and public sector and encompass new initiatives for Coventry as the City of Culture in 2021. Through consultation and feedback from 85 service users, residents and local businesses they feel this project is needed to ensure the long term sustainability of this much needed support for the local community. Eight residents and three members of WATCH charity have agreed to take up roles as champion volunteers, and participate in the activities of the project. This will also creating a platform to share knowledge, expertise and experiences to ensure best practice and a joined up people centred approach is developed and implemented through community engagement.
31/08/2019 £5,000 THE TIN MUSIC AND ARTS 1? to support 3 aspects, Coventry Music Network, Boudica Festival and Deliaphonic.
31/08/2019 £6,289 SANDWELL VISUALLY IMPAIRED 2? Funding is requested for the full costs of a pilot support service, both face-to-face and by telephone, which will aim to counter the difficulties that VI people have in accessing services, particularly online services by offering practical support, for instance to complete forms. They have found that this is something they are increasingly asked for help with and that they need to offer a discrete service for this, so the staff have the appropriate training and expertise and it can be run at specific times. Volunteers will also be trained to offer this service.
31/08/2019 £10,000 Street Teams 9? unding is requested for the Family and Sibling project, which is unique in its support of families affected by sexual exploitation; helping them through the statutory process, aiming to reduce the stress and anxiety they feel, as well as helping families to identify their vulnerabilities and how to reduce the risk of exploitation.
31/08/2019 £24,531 Anawim Women Working Together 6? Anawim’s website is not fit for purpose. It exists on a platform which requires specific technical knowledge to be properly maintained, so we are unable to update its content, post regular job and volunteer vacancies, or use it to promote services and demonstrate impact. This project involves the development of a new website which can be easily maintained. Our internal CRM system, CiviCRM, which holds data for our women, will be integrated with the new site, allowing us to streamline manual processes such as referrals and course registrations, freeing up capacity for staff. We will increase our income generation through advertising new projects including renting out space at the centre and individual giving. Bringing Anawim’s work to a wider audience and an improved user experience combined with more informative and engaging content will encourage more donations and interest from potential funders, partners and volunteers, as well as women seeking support. As an organisation we are currently working to create a sustainability strategy, which falls in line with Anawim’s mission and core activities. The main focus areas are: diversifying our income streams and improving visibility within the community, supporting more women through courses, drop in and outreach services, and encouraging volunteers and service users to take more ownership of the centre through higher level responsibilities. We are considering how we can sustain a high level of service with resources already in place and how we can support more women in a cost-effective way.
02/08/2019 £4,950 THE OPEN THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED 1? to deliver a five-day project in partnership with ‘Told By An Idiot’ theatre company for 20 young people.
31/07/2019 £9,832 Underground Lights run 10 weeks of drama workshops and 10 weeks of Creative Cafes which aim to enage with marginalised people in the city and provide a space to try new performing arts activities and share creative ideas
31/07/2019 £3,000 CHRISTIAN YOUTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICE (BRIDGING THE GAP) 2? to replace their second-hand IT system and to purchase an online booking system for their out of school provision.
16/07/2019 £10,983 B: RAP LTD 6? Since December 2018, brap has been delivering Building a Stronger Britain Together-funded workshops to 16-18 year olds across colleges in Birmingham. Workshops have been facilitated using a method called process work, which allows deeper conversations with young people who are particularly susceptible to far-right or Islamist extremism. Process work is a psychotherapeutic approach to dialogue that recognises the central role emotions play in the formation of views. Our use of this method reflects the fact that extremism is driven by emotion (fear, isolation, anxiety) and that we need facilitation techniques that surface these emotions to help people deal with them and build resilience to extremism, whilst understanding how their beliefs were formed. Since running this project, we have been overwhelmed by demand for these sessions and are therefore looking to work with other organisations. In particular, we would like to respond to requests to work with a younger cohort (Key Stage 4). Additionally, we’ve been asked by schools/youth organisations in Coventry to deliver sessions to young people there. We are attracted to the idea of trialling process work in a new local authority area, but appreciate there are a number of challenges to this (see below). As such, we’re looking for funding to: - work with Birmingham colleges/schools to deliver six workshops to approximately 60 people aged 14-18 - pilot and evaluate four workshops in Coventry to approximately 40 people aged 14-18 - deliver a youth practitioner workshop to disseminate learning arising from this work Project objectives: - Increase resilience to extremism by helping 14-18 year olds reflect on how their beliefs about politics, religion and gender are formed - Promote belonging by exposing the cohort to different views and help them understand more about their peers - Help students promote values such as equality and decrease 'segregation' within their college
30/06/2019 £3,000 ST VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY (ENGLAND AND WALES) 6? Donor directed support of the project.
27/06/2019 £4,870 GOSPEL OAK COMMUNITY CENTRE 4? to support the continuation and development of an existing project where they are working with young people to devise and launch small enterprises in their local community.
27/06/2019 £5,000 ALL SAINTS COMMUNITY PROJECTS 5? for the continuation of their Gateway to Inclusion project that they have been running for over 10 years. Sessions run twice a week for 39 weeks a year and this grant would support 18 of these sessions.
27/06/2019 £4,985 NEW HOPE GLOBAL 2? to provide basic skills training for disadvantaged young people in the Aston area of Birmingham.
27/06/2019 £4,940 OASIS COMMUNITY HUB: HOBMOOR 2? to run a football based project for local young people who are vulnerable and at risk of gang involvement.
27/06/2019 £4,500 LET US PLAY (WOLVERHAMPTON) 4? the continuation of an existing project. When a participant turns 19 years old they can no longer attend sessions run by Let Us Play. The team at Let Us Play have worked with a limited number who can no longer attend as participants to allow them to become part of the volunteer team.
31/05/2019 £5,000 AFRICAN COMMUNITY HERITAGE HUB LIMITED 1? to deliver 12 months of weekly football sessions. Within this 12 month period they will deliver a minimum of 12 thought-provoking and interactive gun & knife crime workshops.
31/05/2019 £4,829 DUDLEY COUNSELLING CENTRE 2? to support the provision of their Lighthouse Café.
31/05/2019 £5,000 THE SIKH COMMUNITY AND YOUTH SERVICE 1? to support BAME young people who are at risk of involvement in gangs into education and/or employment.
31/05/2019 £3,520 ROSHNI 3? We would like to provide 18 Forced Marriage (FM) and Honour Based Violence (HBV) workshops to children aged 14 -16 year olds in schools across Birmingham, focussing on schools with high proportion of South Asian children especially those with connection to Pakistan, Bangladesh and India Key areas of Birmingham to target would be Sparkhill, Sparkbrook, Small Health, Bordesley Green and Handsworth. The workshops will be delivered using a range of tools including Forced Marriage & Honour Based Violence video clips and interactive activities. Each workshop will last for 1 hour and can accommodate upto 25 participants. Each workshop to have minimum of 90% attendance therefore reaching a target audience of 405 participants. The aim of the workshops is to: To increase understanding of what constitutes a FM and HBV To distinguish between a forced & arrange marriage To improve knowledge of support services available for victims of FM & HBV To increase understanding of measures that young people can take before going abroad on holiday in particular depositing key information with a support agency to enable Forced Marriage Unit to access the information should there be a problem while they are abroad. To increase knowledge about the teaching of Islam and other major religious which clearly speak about valid consent in a marriage enabling young people to challenge myths and misconceptions used by perpetrators to justify harmful practices. To increase people’s knowledge of key signs of FM & HBV to enable them to identify and support friends who may be under pressure to get married both at school and in the local communities. To reduce cases of forced marriage and honour based violence.
31/05/2019 £38,841 WATCH (Working Actively To Change Hillfelds) Ltd 4? WATCH would like to deliver ESOL workshops for Adults who speak English as a second language including BAMEs, refugees, asylum seekers, and migrant workers from EE countries who have settled in Hillfields, Coventry a neighbourhood of high deprivation. We would also like to deliver introduction to Radio activity-based group work sessions through our Community Radio project HillzFM, supporting young people age 16-29 who are NEET (not in employment, education or training) and may be at risk of becoming radicalised by far right groups operating in the local area such as Daesh, English Defence League and other Far Right Groups including Eastern European Nationalist Groups. The project will support 65 vulnerable young people and adults from BAME community groups who are too often disempowered but want to oppose those seeking to divide our communities and cause great harm. Workshop activities and content will tackle prejudice, discrimination and stereotypes that promote hatred towards others and activity to counter known local extremism. To achieve the outcomes of BSBT and reduce preconceived attitudes, beliefs and feelings that appose shared values each participant will receive up to 24 hours of targeted and guided learning support. Group activities will encourage residents to stand together to challenge extremist narratives and build a stronger, united and resilient community. Other activities will include employment and well-being support from our experienced advisors through 1-1 information, advice and guidance (IAG) and group based activities helping participants to get a job or into training. WATCH has supported thousands of marginalised individuals into work or training creating positive life changing benefits. Recent studies suggest that individuals actively looking for work are less likely to engage or become involved with extremist movements in contrast to the 30% who are more likely to be vulnerable to extremist messaging when disengaged from job search activities.
31/05/2019 £10,000 Birmingham Vision 1? to deliver 6 x 5 week employment support courses over a 12 month period.
09/05/2019 £6,000 LIFESHARE LIMITED 4? Donor directed support for project.
31/03/2019 £7,000 NORTHUMBRIA BLOOD BIKES 1? Donor directed support for project.
31/03/2019 £5,000 RE:DISH 1? Donor directed support for project.
31/03/2019 £8,000 THE ROOPRAI SPINAL TRUST 1? Donor directed support for project.
31/03/2019 £6,000 WellChild Donor directed support for project.
13/12/2018 £6,700 Karis Neighbour Scheme 3? Grant to Karis Neighbour Scheme
06/12/2018 £5,000 Lifespace Trust 1? Towards the costs of the mentoring service with young girls
06/12/2018 £3,887 Oasis Community Partnerships- Hobmoor 2? Funding is requested towards the salary of the Community Worker
06/12/2018 £9,983 Kairos WWT (Women Working Together) 4? To run an outreach and drop-in service for women to continue and develop their “first point of contact” provision
06/12/2018 £4,975 Gospel Oak Community Centre 4? Towards the running costs of the “stitch and sew” project.
30/11/2018 £10,000 Highly Sprung Performance Co. 1? funding towards their ‘City Beat’ project.
30/11/2018 £10,000 Anawim Women Working Together 6? to support the costs of the drop-in centre, which offers a front door to Anawim’s services, and free advice and practical and psychological support for women in crisis.
30/11/2018 £10,000 Acacia Family Support 5? To contribute to the running costs of the Young Parents project
30/11/2018 £10,000 Crisis Point 3? To provide counselling and support to women in Walsall.
30/11/2018 £10,000 Sport 4 Life UK 10? To run female only versions of its Get Fit 4 Employment programme
30/11/2018 £8,006 GEESE THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED 5? to deliver two 5-day “Scratching the Surface” programmes at HMP Foston Hall, whose population are primarily drawn from the Birmingham area. The work will be with women identified by safer custody staff as being at risk of suicide and/or deliberate self-harm
30/11/2018 £5,200 THE FRIENDSHIP PROJECT 2? Funding is requested to support and increase their work with girls by funding part of the costs of the weekly joint activities and outings undertaken by the younger and older friend.
30/11/2018 £8,340 ROSA (RAPE OR SEXUAL ABUSE SUPPORT SERVICES) 6? Funding is requested to deliver Life skills Workshops to women and girls who are victims of rape, sexual abuse and violence in Warwickshire.
30/11/2018 £9,956 RESOURCES FOR AUTISM 9? To run to run a series of social groups for girls and women with autism, to increase socialisation skills
30/11/2018 £4,510 CONGENS GROUP 2? Grant to ConGens Group
30/11/2018 £6,945 THE CENTRAL ENGLAND AREA QUAKER MEETING CHARITIES 2? To pilot a 12 week Peacemaker course with a group of women
30/11/2018 £2,965 THE PRECIOUS TRUST 1? To run workshops at 3 local colleges with female students that will aim to identify young girls at risk
30/11/2018 £7,000 HEAVEN GATE CENTRE 1? Grant to HEAVEN GATE CENTRE
30/11/2018 £8,000 LITTLE HEARTS MATTER 3? Grant to Little Hearts Matter
30/11/2018 £9,500 SALUS FATIGUE FOUNDATION 3? Grant to Salus Fatigue Foundation
13/11/2018 £7,635 Small Heath Boxing Club Award to Small Heath Boxing
01/11/2018 £5,000 Friar Park Millennium Centre 2? to train 15 young adults aged 16-20 to become Community Development Champions in the Friar Park Neighbourhood in Wednesbury.
31/10/2018 £21,452 Small Heath Boxing Club 1? The Fit Mind Programme will identify, recruit and engage people in Birmingham that are suffering from mental health illness. The project will work in partnership with eighteen specialist mental health organisations, the Police and the Local Authority in order to identify people that are at risk of being influenced by extremist propaganda and who are vulnerable to developing extremist views. The project will use the power of sport to engage people into the project with a part time specialist project worker delivering both group and one to one interventions to reduce the likelihood of participants developing extremists views or positions. Through the project we would like to; - Provide four, twelve-week, personal development courses a year that will each cater for twelve people that are suffering from mental health illnesses. The courses will use non-contact boxing and gym work to engage participants with each session including group workshops designed to counteract extremist views and attitudes. - Organise and run a new weekly support group for people with mental health issues that bring together people from a wide range of ethnicities, cultures and religions. This will encourage understanding, tolerance and build stronger community links, promoting social inclusion. - Provide one to one support for people with mental health issues to discuss issues around extremism. - Provide personal safety workshops including topics such as internet safety, trust, understanding others and grooming. Project Aims; The project will; - Reduce the likelihood of project participants developing extremist views. - Improve the knowledge of project participants so they can recognise extremist views and online messaging. - Increase the safety of participants. - Improve mental health levels among participants. - Encourage a better understanding between different faiths and ethnicities. - Reduce the number of people holding attitudes, beliefs and feelings that oppose shared values.
31/10/2018 £4,994 THE PRECIOUS TRUST 1? to create an alternative guide to an exhibition at the Birmingham Art Gallery.
31/10/2018 £6,000 HIGHLY SPRUNG PERFORMANCE COMPANY 1? to deliver 10 workshops where through performance young people will identify a local cause that they can support and raise awareness for.
30/09/2018 £5,000 BARDSLEY YOUTH PROJECT 1? Grant to Bardsley Youth Project
31/08/2018 £7,000 My Life Films 6? Grant to My Life Films
31/08/2018 £8,000 Better Pathways 2? Grant to Better Pathways
31/08/2018 £9,947 Wriggle Dance Theatre 1? to develop of a full-length interactive dance theatre show for young children (ages 2-7) and families that will premiere at Warwick Arts Centre in early 2021 before then engaging on a national tour promoted as ‘Made in Coventry’. The development stage includes working with local schools in areas of recognised deprivation to bring arts activities to those who would not normally have access to them.
31/08/2018 £5,000 The Movement Centre 2? Grant to The Movement Centre
31/08/2018 £5,000 Doorway 4? Grant to Doorway
31/07/2018 £4,849 Aaina Community Hub 3? Grant to Aaina Community Hub
31/07/2018 £3,000 Valley House 2? Grant to Valley House
31/07/2018 £6,000 Birmingham Scouting 2? Grant to Birmingham Scouting
31/07/2018 £7,915 Hope Community Project Wolverhampton 5? Grant to Hope Community Project Wolverhampton
31/07/2018 £10,000 Community Action Wyre Forest 2? Grant to Community Action Wyre Forest
30/06/2018 £5,000 The Feast Youth Project 3? to support the young people to improve the environment on a stretch of the Grand Union canal in Birmingham by painting locks, tidying up alongside the canal, gardening and grappling.
30/06/2018 £4,970 Coventry Peace House Education Trust 2? Grant to Coventry Peace House Education Trust
30/06/2018 £2,590 Amblecote Community Church 1? to support the provision of a social action week
30/06/2018 £24,268 Sifa Fireside 5? We are an established provider of day services to homeless adults. The numbers seeking support has doubled in recent years: we now see approx. 150 people daily in Drop In centre where we provide hot meals, showers, and health clinics. Approx. 20 people each day wait for Shelter’s emergency accommodation appointments, often for several hours and sometimes in distress. We are seeking funding for a Support Worker, to engage with these clients at this time of crisis, to provide a listening ear, to ensure they are aware of the services available to help them beyond a referral to an emergency hostel, so they can return to us or other providers to access the help they need to avoid repeat homelessness.
30/06/2018 £4,900 Doorway 4? to support the costs of making a short film to raise awareness around homelessness.
30/06/2018 £4,606 Sport 4 Life UK 10? to run 12 projects across 3 areas in Birmingham.
30/06/2018 £3,176 New Heights - Warren Farm Community Project 5? to run 3 x 6 week sessions where young people will supported in delivering social action projects
31/05/2018 £4,000 Central England Lipreading Support Trust (CELST) 2? Lipreading courses for people with hearing loss in Kenilworth and Solihull
31/05/2018 £10,000 Walsall Bereavement Support Service (WBSS) 4? Part-time counsellor to help to deliver outreach and out of hours support to vulnerable bereaved children within local schools.
31/05/2018 £7,550 The Friendship Project for Children 2? Friendship Project connecting young people with older friends.
31/05/2018 £4,003 Sandwell Deaf Community Association 1? Summer play scheme for children in Sandwell who have hearing loss.
31/05/2018 £4,583 Bardsley Youth Project 1? Weekly drop-in for young people (aged 16-24) at a supported housing project.
30/04/2018 £3,300 Caldmore Village Festival Group 3? Grant to Caldmore Village Festival Group
30/04/2018 £4,650 Wildside Activity Centre 3? Grant to Wildside Activity Centre
30/04/2018 £20,000 Home-Start (Tamworth) 4? training to the young mum's 16 years to 19 years who live with us in a variety of parenting styles including positive parenting, Triple P and the Solihull approach to enable them to form a positive life long bond with their baby.
30/04/2018 £4,050 Friends of Cotteridge Park 3? Grant to Friends of Cotteridge Park
30/04/2018 £50,000 Academy of Medical Royal Colleges 1? Grant to Academy of Medical Royal Colleges
30/04/2018 £4,158 Access in Dudley 1? Grant to Access in Dudley
30/04/2018 £2,800 E R Mason Youth Centre (Trading as CCS (Birmingham) Ltd 1? Grant to E R Mason Youth Centre (Trading as CCS (Birmingham) Ltd
30/04/2018 £2,598 ConGens Group 2? Grant to ConGens Group
30/04/2018 £4,789 Wolverhampton Elder Asian and Disabled Group 1? Grant to Wolverhampton Elder Asian and Disabled Group
31/03/2018 £4,550 The Friendship Project for Children 2? Grant to The Friendship Project for Children
31/03/2018 £5,000 The Stonehouse Gang 1? Grant to The Stonehouse Gang
31/03/2018 £3,000 ABACUS Counselling Services Ltd 1? Grant to ABACUS Counselling Services Ltd
31/03/2018 £5,000 The Learn2 Education Centre (LEC) Ltd 1? Grant to The Learn2 Education Centre (LEC) Ltd
31/03/2018 £3,000 Southam Church & Community Project 1? Grant to Southam Church & Community Project
28/02/2018 £5,000 Birmingham PHAB Camps 1? Grant to Birmingham PHAB Camps
28/02/2018 £5,000 Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity 2? Maxillofacial Software for new 3D printing for Orthopaedics and Renal etc
28/02/2018 £8,000 Greenholm Primary School Grant to Greenholm Primary School
28/02/2018 £6,000 The Lawscot Foundation 1? Grant to The Lawscot Foundation
28/02/2018 £3,000 St Vincent de Paul Society 6? to hold a birthday for the homeless
28/02/2018 £7,000 Dreams Come True 2? allow young people with terminal or life limiting conditions to become less dependent financially and socially.
28/02/2018 £5,000 Fair Football 2? Grant to Fair Football
28/02/2018 £4,930 WATCH Ltd 4? Grant to WATCH Ltd
31/01/2018 £4,980 Black Country Touring 2? Grant to Black Country Touring
31/01/2018 £4,893 All Saints Youth Project 5? Grant to All Saints Youth Project
31/01/2018 £5,000 Imagineer Productions Ltd 2? Grant to Imagineer Productions Ltd
31/01/2018 £2,500 Coventry Haven 3? Grant to Coventry Haven
31/01/2018 £5,000 Entraide 5? Grant to Entraide
31/12/2017 £15,000 Allens Croft Project 2? Grant to Allens Croft Project
31/12/2017 £27,410 Bardsley Youth Project 1? Grant to Bardsley Youth Project
31/12/2017 £15,000 New Heights - Warren Farm Community Project 5? Grant to New Heights - Warren Farm Community Project
31/12/2017 £12,760 Sandwell African Women Association - [SAWA] 1? Grant to Sandwell African Women Association - [SAWA]
31/12/2017 £15,000 You Can Flourish (known as "Flourish") 1? Grant to You Can Flourish (known as "Flourish")
31/12/2017 £14,991 Craftspace 1? Grant to Craftspace
31/12/2017 £13,488 Doorway 4? Grant to Doorway
31/12/2017 £15,000 Rugby ROSA 6? Grant to Rugby ROSA
31/12/2017 £14,985 Urban Devotion Birmingham 2? Grant to Urban Devotion Birmingham
30/11/2017 £27,000 Bangladeshi Women's Association Limited 3? We would like to use ‘celebration of cultural food’ as a starting point to engage, connect, break down barriers and empower Muslim Women with the aim to create a sense of belonging in the western society and tackle extremism from within. We will work with ten different community groups (including Muslim Groups) in creating ‘networks of social support’ with the aim to bring women together to share unique knowledge on different cultural food and promote integration and awareness of western cultures and values towards generating social values such as economic, wellbeing, citizenship and capacity.
30/11/2017 £15,000 United Religions Initiative UK 1? Our project, Sharing our Lives, will develop new inter-faith materials for discussion in religious supplementary schools (e.g. madrassahs). These would explore the commonalities between religions as they are lived in people’s daily lives, demonstrating that “we are not so different after all”. They would be written in an attractive format aimed at 11 to 14 year olds – we have chosen this age group because we believe individuals will have not yet have finalised their world views but will be open to a variety of influences (positive and negative). The learning would be approved by religious authority figures and parents.
30/11/2017 £6,500 All Saints Youth Project 5? Grant to All Saints Youth Project
30/11/2017 £2,500 Karis Neighbour Scheme 3? Grant to Karis Neighbour Scheme
30/11/2017 £9,800 Neuromuscular Centre Midlands 4? Grant to Neuromuscular Centre Midlands
30/11/2017 £10,000 Community Action Wyre Forest 2? Grant to Community Action Wyre Forest
30/11/2017 £2,730 Sahara (Coventry) Limited 3? Sahara (Coventry) LTD support the elderly Asian community in Coventry, particularly those who have mental ill health and are socially isolated. They are seeking £2730 to fund an additional 5 hours administrators salary to develop the website and online monitoring systems to allow better statistics and information to be provided for future funding applications.
30/11/2017 £3,744 Holbrooks Community Care Association 1? This project is based in Coventry and works with and for the community of Holbrook’s with the aim of improving the quality of life of residents. They are seeking £4964 to fund a large consultation with residents of Holbrooks to identify any gaps in services due to statutory cuts and the needs of the local community.
30/11/2017 £3,072 Kingstanding Regeneration Trust 5? Grant to Kingstanding Regeneration Trust
30/11/2017 £2,584 Northern Star Community Arts 4? This project is based in North Solihull and it offers a range of arts based activities for the community. They are seeking £4998 to support the core cost of a salary to fund project development.
30/11/2017 £6,000 Dentaid 1? Our mobile dental unit visits homeless shelters, day centres and community buildings across the UK offering free emergency pain relieving dental treatment for vulnerable people
30/11/2017 £8,000 StreetDoctors 6? Grant to StreetDoctors
30/11/2017 £7,000 LawCare Limited 1? to promote and support mental health and wellbeing in the legal community in the UK and Ireland
30/11/2017 £8,297 Voluntary Action Stratford-on-Avon District 3? additional groups that address the need of carer respite
30/11/2017 £9,676 St. Marks Community hub 1? Grant to St. Marks Community hub
30/11/2017 £8,814 This Way Up Youth Project 1? Grant to This Way Up Youth Project
31/10/2017 £20,480 Lords Taverners 5? 'Wicketz' will use the sport of cricket as the catalyst to create everyday interactions and improve community cohesion amongst young people from diverse BAME groups across deprived areas of Birmingham. At present increasing tensions amongst different cultural groups locally has created heightened levels of misunderstanding, racism, isolation and crime. Therefore, sessions will promote cross-cultural contact between different groups, helping to foster understanding and respect as well as break down perceived social barriers, which may have previously existed.
31/10/2017 £5,000 All Saints Youth Project 5? Grant to All Saints Youth Project
31/10/2017 £10,017 Carriers of Hope 4? Grant to Carriers of Hope
31/10/2017 £4,500 Blue River Support Services 1? Grant to Blue River Support Services
31/10/2017 £3,650 Carers Forward 1? This project is based in Birmingham and it provides one to one out-reach and support services to families with children who have additional needs. They are requesting £5,000 to cover rent costs and to provide training for staff. This will allow them to continue and improve the service they offer.
31/10/2017 £4,000 Deaf World 2? This project is based in Birmingham and their aim is to empower deaf and hard of hearing young people. They are requesting £5,000 to employ a new member of staff as a part time receptionist/administrator. These additional hours of support will give the development manager more time to work on other aspects of the charity.
31/10/2017 £3,000 Elim Life Church Kingstanding 6? a team building weekend away, girls beauty evenings, job experience evenings and equipment for the youth clubs.
31/10/2017 £5,000 Make It Sustainable Ltd 2? Grant to Make It Sustainable Ltd
31/10/2017 £3,597 Sawiyan 2? This project is based in Birmingham and their aims are to develop social capital and greater community cohesion. They are requesting £3,597 towards additional staff costs, insurance, website etc to help develop and strengthen the organisation and increase the support they can offer.
31/10/2017 £5,000 Sikh Community and Youth Service UK 1? Grant to Sikh Community and Youth Service UK
31/10/2017 £3,984 African Community Heritage Hub Ltd 1? Grant to African Community Heritage Hub Ltd
31/10/2017 £5,000 Sandwell Visually Impaired 1? This project is based in Sandwell and their aim is to provide a link between statutory providers and blind and visually impaired people who seek to live independent and fulfilled lives. They are requesting £5,000 to employ an additional member of staff to help with clerical and administration duties for 10 hours a week for one year. The new role would support the organisation and free up time of the development worker allowing them to concentrate on meeting the increasing demands on their services.
31/10/2017 £25,000 Kairos WWT (Women Working Together) 4? Grant to Kairos WWT (Women Working Together)
31/10/2017 £4,948 Urban Devotion Birmingham 2? Grant to Urban Devotion Birmingham
31/10/2017 £5,000 Bilston People's Centre 1? This project is based in Bilston, Wolverhampton and provides numerous activities with the aim of improving lives in the local community. They are requesting £5,000 to carry out an impact measurement review and evaluation to identify any gaps in need.
31/10/2017 £5,000 Walsall Afro Caribbean Community Association 2? “An enjoyable and law-abiding weekend night out in Walsall”
31/10/2017 £3,450 Worth Unlimited 5? Grant to Worth Unlimited
31/10/2017 £5,000 Engage Trust UK 2? Grant to Engage Trust UK
31/10/2017 £3,000 Hall Green Youth 4? Grant to Hall Green Youth
31/10/2017 £5,000 Small Heath Somali Community Organisation Ltd 3? Helping Young People to Escape from Lives of Crime project
31/10/2017 £10,000 The Shakespeare Hospice 2? Support for the running of the hospice.
31/10/2017 £24,996 EGO Performance Company Ltd 2? Weekly Theatre workshop for 20 participants made up of 10 x 'NEETs' and 10 x LD people working towards performance. These weekly workshops will be split into 5 stages of development
31/10/2017 £25,000 Imagineer Productions Ltd 2? Grant to Imagineer Productions Ltd
30/09/2017 £4,975 Kairos WWT (Women Working Together) 4? Grant to Kairos WWT (Women Working Together)
30/09/2017 £5,000 Three Spires Family Support 2? Grant to Three Spires Family Support
30/09/2017 £5,000 Selly Oak Live at Home Scheme 7? Grant to Selly Oak Live at Home Scheme
30/09/2017 £5,000 Theatre Absolute 2? Grant to Theatre Absolute
31/08/2017 £4,400 Deaf World 2? Grant to Deaf World
31/08/2017 £5,000 Kingstanding Regeneration Trust 5? Grant to Kingstanding Regeneration Trust
31/08/2017 £7,000 Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer 3? Grant to Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer
31/08/2017 £3,500 Craftspace 1? Grant to Craftspace
31/08/2017 £3,867 Escape - Community Art in Action 2? Grant to Escape - Community Art in Action
31/08/2017 £6,000 Riding for the Disabled - Stratford Upon Avon Group Grant to Riding for the Disabled - Stratford Upon Avon Group
31/08/2017 £4,996 Urban Devotion Birmingham 2? Grant to Urban Devotion Birmingham
31/08/2017 £5,000 Values Education for Life 1? Grant to Values Education for Life
31/07/2017 £5,000 Admaston House Community Centre 3? Grant to Admaston House Community Centre
31/07/2017 £5,000 Imagineer Productions Ltd 2? Grant to Imagineer Productions Ltd
30/06/2017 £5,000 The Ups of Downs 2? Grant to The Ups of Downs
30/06/2017 £4,650 Gospel Oak Community Centre 4? Grant to Gospel Oak Community Centre
30/06/2017 £5,412 Northern Star Community Arts 4? Grant to Northern Star Community Arts
30/06/2017 £8,300 KEFW COMMUNITY 1? Grant to KEFW COMMUNITY
30/06/2017 £3,000 St Vincent de Paul Society 6? to hold a birthday for the homeless
30/06/2017 £8,920 Brandwood Community Centre 3? Grant to Brandwood Community Centre
30/06/2017 £9,680 Carers Advice & Resource Establishment Sandwell 2? Grant to Carers Advice & Resource Establishment Sandwell
30/06/2017 £5,000 New Heights - Warren Farm Community Project 5? They are seeking funding to enable older people to make and maintain connections & personal networks of support through friendships and contact - including social media
30/06/2017 £8,125 The Women and Families Resource Centre. 3? Grant to The Women and Families Resource Centre.
30/06/2017 £3,000 Warwickshire Reminiscence Action Project 1? Grant to Warwickshire Reminiscence Action Project
30/06/2017 £11,000 Kingstanding Regeneration Trust 5? Grant to Kingstanding Regeneration Trust
31/05/2017 £14,990 Kingstanding Regeneration Trust 5? Grant to Kingstanding Regeneration Trust
31/05/2017 £18,000 Aquarius Action Projects 6? Grant to Aquarius Action Projects
30/04/2017 £3,000 Warwickshire Reminiscence Action Project 1? Grant to Warwickshire Reminiscence Action Project
30/04/2017 £4,236 Together for Change Coventry and Warwickshire 1? Grant to Together for Change Coventry and Warwickshire
30/04/2017 £5,000 Hope Coventry 2? Grant to Hope Coventry
30/04/2017 £5,000 Coventry and Warwickshire Media Community Ltd 1? Grant to Coventry and Warwickshire Media Community Ltd
30/04/2017 £3,000 The Stonehouse Gang 1? Grant to The Stonehouse Gang
30/04/2017 £5,000 Birmingham Scouting 2? Grant to Birmingham Scouting
30/04/2017 £10,000 Positive Youth Foundation 6? Grant to Positive Youth Foundation
31/03/2017 £3,000 Sutton Coldfield YMCA 10? Grant to Sutton Coldfield YMCA
31/03/2017 £5,000 Coventry and Warwickshire Media Community Ltd 1? Grant to Coventry and Warwickshire Media Community Ltd
31/03/2017 £2,500 Witton Lodge Community Association 3? Grant to Witton Lodge Community Association
31/03/2017 £4,896 Diyya Project 4? Grant to Diyya Project
31/03/2017 £2,984 Amblecote Community Church 1? Grant to Amblecote Community Church
31/03/2017 £4,515 WATCH Ltd 4? Grant to WATCH Ltd
31/03/2017 £4,944 Small Heath Boxing Club 1? Grant to Small Heath Boxing Club
31/03/2017 £2,500 Urban Devotion Birmingham 2? Grant to Urban Devotion Birmingham
31/03/2017 £4,800 Southam Church & Community Project 1? Grant to Southam Church & Community Project
28/02/2017 £4,000 Coundon day care at Allesley Park 1? Day to day running
28/02/2017 £4,687 New Hope, Birmingham 2? Grant to New Hope, Birmingham
28/02/2017 £3,595 Albany Theatre Trust 1? Grant to Albany Theatre Trust
28/02/2017 £4,255 Maryvale Community Project 3? Grant to Maryvale Community Project
28/02/2017 £5,000 Phoenix Post Diagnosis Support Group Ltd 1? Grant to Phoenix Post Diagnosis Support Group Ltd
28/02/2017 £3,000 Kingstanding Regeneration Trust 5? Grant to Kingstanding Regeneration Trust
28/02/2017 £5,000 Community Action Wyre Forest 2? Grant to Community Action Wyre Forest
28/02/2017 £4,000 The Dorothy Parkes Centre 4? Grant to The Dorothy Parkes Centre
28/02/2017 £4,992 Volunteer Centre North Warwickshire Ltd 1? Grant to Volunteer Centre North Warwickshire Ltd
28/02/2017 £4,999 St Gabriel's Centre Weoley Castle 4? Grant to St Gabriel's Centre Weoley Castle
28/02/2017 £4,900 Aaina Community Hub 3? A grant to fund an elderly women's exercise group
28/02/2017 £5,000 Coventry City Mission 2? Grant to Coventry City Mission
28/02/2017 £4,000 Inspirational Ladies Group 1? Grant to Inspirational Ladies Group
28/02/2017 £4,480 ConGens Group 2? They are seeking funding to commission a PSI (Postural Stability Instructors) to deliver the FaME classes. FaME is a specialist form of exercise proven to help frail and inactive older people develop muscle strength and balance to improve mobility and fitness.
28/02/2017 £5,000 Collingwood Community Centre Ltd. 1? Grant to Collingwood Community Centre Ltd.
28/02/2017 £4,784 Quinborne Community Association 3? Grant to Quinborne Community Association
28/02/2017 £4,902 Volunteer Centre Nuneaton and Bedworth 2? Grant to Volunteer Centre Nuneaton and Bedworth
28/02/2017 £4,960 Older Peoples' New Opportunities Consortium 2? Grant to Older Peoples' New Opportunities Consortium
28/02/2017 £4,000 Kingstanding Regeneration Trust 5? Grant to Kingstanding Regeneration Trust
31/01/2017 £50,000 The Feast Youth Project 3? The Feast is committed to building stronger and more integrated communities, by investing in young people and giving them the resources and experiences that will enable them to live well together. We are seeking funding and in-kind resources to enable our staff and volunteers to reach more young people, running programmes that help them to grapple with their identity and the complex and emotive differences that surround them, and inviting them to participate in youth encounter programmes with peers they would not normally have an opportunity to connect with. To do this we want to secure and equip Development Workers in all four of our working UK locations, or what will become The Feast Hubs, who will lead local teams, nurture partnerships, recruit and support volunteers and raise capacity for the long term impact in their communities. This application acknowledges that our greatest need is to establish these key positions, with seed-funding and associated communications resources, that would enable them to raising ongoing profile, income and support to sustain the work. The Feast has teams located in four UK locations - Birmingham, Bradford and Keighley, Tower Hamlets and Luton. These communities share many challenges that come with significant cultural and faith diversity, such as different groups tending to congregate together around their similarities, leading to isolation and many growing up with parallel lives. Our work centres around young people who come from minority backgrounds, such as from South Asian or African and Caribbean ethnicities, and of the Muslim, Sikh and Hindu faiths. However as our approach is to connect with others who are different, we also need to network widely with majority communities such as white British and those who hold the Christian faith, or no faith at all. With Development Workers in place, leading local teams, The Feast will be able to establish the necessary profile and trust with community leaders which is vital in order to work with many different groups of young people. This would include winning faith and youth leaders to the benefits and importances of connecting outside their faith and culture, negotiating access to and delivering bespoke programmes for schools, raising new income from local donors and grant funders, coordinating and delivering youth work, and celebrating the stories of positive change. The Feast believes that by focusing on teenagers and enabling them to gain the skills and confidence to live well with difference at an early age, that when adults they will be much better prepared to face the challenges of diverse societies. We have also clearly seen the potency of working with young people to change their community. A young person who has been impacted by our programmes, with increased self-awareness and confidence in their identity, and having experienced a positive and uplifting encounter with peers from a different faith or cultures, leads directly to change in their families and faith group. Their personal stories are much more likely to confront prejudices and fears, especially when amplified by intentional sharing with, than outsiders speaking in.
31/01/2017 £43,000 SINCE 9/11 1? Grant funding will support us to develop and extend our high quality educational offer to a wider range of schools. We would like to request in-kind support and grant funding to assist us through two specific projects: Project 1: Improve the reach of our existing materials to secondary schools across the country, sharing our high quality free resources more widely. To achieve this, we are seeking a) in-kind support through social media training to boost our online presence, support us in creating new social media content aimed at teachers and help us develop in-house knowledge about effective social media campaign work, and b) grant funding to allow us to offer more teacher workshops and school assemblies. To date our resources have been downloaded over 50,000 times but many schools are unaware of the full programme we offer and we think that improved presence online and in person will address this gap. Project 2: Extend our Education Programme content, keeping the existing materials up to date and producing new materials tailored for younger age groups. Grant funding will enable us to buy in specialist support to draft, trial and evaluate new lessons and support for teachers aimed at improving the ability of primary school teachers in discussing contentious issues and promoting respect and tolerance. Survey data indicates that primary schools are lagging far behind secondary schools in feeling equipped to address extremism concerns.
31/01/2017 £4,980 Coventry Rugby Community Foundation Limited 3? They are seeking funding to deliver extra-curricular rugby and multi-sports clubs in 4 special schools around Coventry.
31/01/2017 £3,000 Rugby Shopmobility 1? The grant will go towards the running cost
31/01/2017 £2,500 Headway Coventry & Warwickshire 3? The grant will be spent to obtain IT equipment as above and also to provide advice and support literature for our hospital visiting service.
31/01/2017 £42,150 The Amirah Foundation 5? We believe that extremism flourishes within communities that feel oppressed or repressed, where individuals or groups lack power, and where there is an absence of freedom or open, forward looking discussions. Muslim women, especially those who have regularly experienced abuse in their homes, are often totally defined by servitude, and social isolation. These women have rarely if ever had the opportunity or space to consider their “Britishness” or how that Britishness sits within their own Muslim identity. This project will target those women. It will be a 12-month programme of activities to work with over 500 Muslim women from all ethnicities, ages and cultures to identify our shared values, commonalities and civic pride. The project will have 4 key elements: • I Am British – a monthly interview & article on social media • Visits to places of National and local pride • Monthly Workshops (presentation and discussion) • A British Muslim Women Showcase PLACES OF INTEREST: We will organise and engage up to 50 women each month in a 10-month programme of social activities including visits to amazing British spaces such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, The National Trust, and Buckingham Palace. We will also include visits to places of interest in Birmingham such as the Barber Institute, the Library of Birmingham & Soho House. The trip will include a tour guide and coach discussion about the place and encourage women to learn about their shared heritage. WORKSHOPS: Each month we will have a workshops with short presentations from writers, artists, designers, cooks and other leading women, alongside a discussion about Britishness. Each workshop we expect to engage around 20 women and feedback will contribute to our project evaluation and social media blog. ARTICLE: we have a following of thousands of women on social media and each month we will write an article about Britishness as a Muslim woman (using our contacts with leading British Muslims) we will engage and ask others for opinions and contributions. SHOWCASE: at the end of the year we will host a showcase celebration British Muslim women. We will include fashion, writing, poetry, spoken word, music, food and dance contributed by women throughout the year. This event will be open to all and will represent a plethora of cultures and ethnicities sharing a single shared identity: our Britishness.
31/01/2017 £3,087 ReCOM 3? We will spend the grant running a pilot project based in Chelmsley Wood to develop an effective way to engage and support local residents to improve their skills. training will be delivered by a combination of sessional trainers and volunteers. All the training will be relevant to the theme of saving time and money
31/01/2017 £5,000 Meriden Adventure Playground Association (MAPA) 4? This grant will enable us to employ two full-time experienced and qualified playworkers for the duration of the summer school holiday 2017.
31/01/2017 £15,900 Saltmine Trust 1? We would like to rehearse and tour a Primary School Theatre in Education project entitled In Their Shoes. A 45 minute performance and 45 minute interactive workshop addressing the British Values, friendship in diversity and community cohesion.
31/01/2017 £14,400 Coventry Ethnic Minorities Action Partnership 1? The project will be based on a pilot prevent project CEMAP delivered funded by the Home office in January 2016 based on the Home Office recognised good practise model from an organisation in Derby which was modified to benefit women in Coventry. The project involves running 16 workshops to women from the BAME community who are interested in the wellbeing and safety of their young children and young people in their community and in becoming more empowered mothers, sisters and daughters. The overall aim of the project will be to increase awareness of the effects of extremism and empower women to reduce likelihood of extremism occurring in their families and wider community. 40 women from the BAME community will be split into 2 groups and training will be provided in a very sensitive manner in order to reduce the likelihood of young people getting involved in extremism. Our 16 workshops will be provided by an empowered facilitator who has already established trust and confidence in the community and will cover the following areas to reduce extremism in a very deprived area in the city. Workshops will cover following areas and more: 1) Shared values, community cohesion and active citizenship 2)How young people get involved in extremism i.e via social media and the internet 3)Understanding of the impact of extremism in your family and community. 4)How to identify vulnerable young people in the family and community and what makes children vulnerable 5)Your role as Mother, Daughter and sister in protecting your family and local community 6)Understanding and recognising and responding to early warning signs of extremism. 7)Where to go for appropriate advice and support for your children when they have issues that causes you concern. 8) Focus group to ensure that wider outcomes are met and also to build into the project issues that arise during the workshops. These will cover matters such as: What are the issues facing your communities What pushes and pulls children away from their family; What do you need to help you in recognising and responding to warning signs of radicalisation. The aim of this project is to ensure that mothers who often have the greatest influence on their children have a better understanding and awareness of the dangers of extremism, understand how to identify and prevent extremism in their family occurring and become more confident in dealing with extremism within their family and community. The wider impact is to reduce extremism within one of the most deprived areas in Coventry where young people are more likely to be involved. At all times we will be working in partnership with our local prevent co-ordinator to ensure that we have up to date intelligence of what is happening in the city and how we as an organisation can help to reduce extremism within the groups that we work with. We will also be working in partnership with community groups, voluntary organisations and multi-faith groups to ensure we are more inclusive and accessible. We will be inviting local partners like the community officers so that women feel more confident with talking to official bodies about any concerns they have and to build their trust and confidence in public officers. :
31/12/2016 £50,000 Imagineer Productions Ltd 2? Grant to Imagineer Productions Ltd
31/10/2016 £5,000 Community Action Wyre Forest 2? The grant will enable us to provide a series of workshops within each of the areas targeting women, younger people, and female carers and provide all the art materials for participants to explore Arts from different cultures
31/10/2016 £19,979 Carriers of Hope 4? Grant to Carriers of Hope
30/09/2016 £75,000 Coventry and Warwickshire Media Community Ltd 1? Grant to Coventry and Warwickshire Media Community Ltd
30/09/2016 £5,000 The Feast Youth Project 3? Grant to The Feast Youth Project
30/09/2016 £70,000 Doorway Grant to Doorway
30/09/2016 £50,004 EGO Performance Company Ltd 2? Weekly Theatre workshop for 20 participants made up of 10 x 'NEETs' and 10 x LD people working towards performance. These weekly workshops will be split into 5 stages of development
30/09/2016 £75,000 Arty Folks 3? Grant to Arty Folks
30/09/2016 £75,000 WATCH Ltd 4? Grant to WATCH Ltd
30/09/2016 £20,000 Bardsley Youth Project 1? Grant to Bardsley Youth Project
31/08/2016 £5,000 Leaveners A project to support a pop up youth theatre in Selly Oak.
31/08/2016 £5,000 The People's Orchestra 4? A project to support volunteer opportunities for those seeking work experience in Sandwell.
31/08/2016 £4,966 Legacy WM 5? This is a project to support 4 events to breakdown community barriers through the use of sharing food.
31/08/2016 £5,000 Diyya Project 4? A project to support 2 events during International Women Week.
31/08/2016 £4,906 Confederation of Bangladeshi Organisations Ltd 2? A lunch club to enable those from Bangladeshi and Pakistani communities to learn about healthier lifestyles and medical support available.
31/08/2016 £4,998 Rage Arts 1? to support a project to enable young people to make their own film, based on a topic which they take from their own experiences.
31/08/2016 £4,880 Gospel Oak Community Centre 4? A project to support the development of a community kitchen and sharing of food between multiple cultures.
31/08/2016 £3,319 Home-Start Stockland Green / Erdington 5? A project to support families coming together from different cultures to learn English together.
30/06/2016 £4,900 St Martin's Social Care Project 2? A project to support greater engagement with men in the area, helping to build friendships and reduce isolation.
30/06/2016 £20,000 Kingstanding Regeneration Trust 5? Grant to Kingstanding Regeneration Trust
31/05/2016 £4,075 Witton Lodge Community Association 3? Grant to Witton Lodge Community Association
31/05/2016 £4,000 Tiffin Club (aka Warwickshire Corporate Parents Association) 1? Grant to Tiffin Club (aka Warwickshire Corporate Parents Association)
31/05/2016 £3,322 Urban Devotion Birmingham 2? Grant to Urban Devotion Birmingham
30/04/2016 £4,880 Sutton Coldfield YMCA 10? Grant to Sutton Coldfield YMCA
30/04/2016 £3,000 Urban Devotion Birmingham 2? Grant to Urban Devotion Birmingham
30/04/2016 £3,000 New Heights - Warren Farm Community Project 5? Grant to New Heights - Warren Farm Community Project
31/03/2016 £2,779 Witton Lodge Community Association 3? Grant to Witton Lodge Community Association
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